The Middle East Institute’s (MEI) Syria program is pleased to announce a panel discussion to launch Syrian Requiem: The Syrian Civil War and its Aftermath (Princeton University, 2021). In this volume, the authors trace the origins and escalation of the conflict from 2011 protests in Deraa to the current state of widespread humanitarian devastation and displacement a decade later.
The authors will be joined by MEI Syria Program Advisory Council Member Rime Allaf and MEI Senior Fellow Robert Ford, who will reflect on the origins and development of this conflict and explore what avenues exist today toward reconciliation, humanitarian relief, or solutions for the millions of displaced Syrians around the world.
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Amb. (ret.) Itamar Rabinovich (author)
President, the Israel Institute; Israel’s Chief Negotiator with Syria in 1990s
Carmit Valensi (author)
Research fellow, Institute for National Security Studies
Advisory Council Member, MEI Syria Program
Amb. (ret.) Robert Ford
Senior fellow, MEI
Charles Lister (moderator)
Senior fellow and director, Syria and CTE programs, MEI